Listen: Dave Celeski, North Carolina and South Carolina discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"News Fayetteville North Carolina tropical storm Florence blamed for five deaths currently has winds of sixty miles an hour. It's about twenty five miles west of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It continues to move very slowly towards the west southwest at five miles an hour near record river flooding expected early next week in North Carolina. Some rivers to exceed levels from hurricane Matthew and hurricane Floyd. With continuing. Coverage of trouble custodian farts, Todd ant, ABC news. Now Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance skies back in the forecast for you for at least the first part of the day on Saturday. We'll see some acting sun breaks and a slight chance of some showers. Daytime highs mid to upper sixties doing some tailgating Eugene for the ducks game to see mostly cloudy skies. Daytime highs in the mid sixties a better chance of rain arriving up and down the I five corridor by Saturday evening from the K to storm tracker weather center. I'm Dave Celeski and going into Sunday from the Cato storm tracker weather center. I'm Dave Celeski. Let's be left without rush.."